Security and Facilitation
Installation of new security check equipment in airport security checkpoints. This equipment includes innovative technological developments in systems to detect explosives on passengers and in luggage, including liquids.
Thanks to this equipment, as of 31 January 2014 the European Union allows certain liquids, aerosols and gels (LAG) in secure passenger-only zones and on board aircraft, after the products have been checked and approved in the security checkpoints. Find more information on transporting liquids on our website.
This innovative system uses technology to analyse the images obtained from sensors in previously analysed areas to cover the entire area for which information is required.
It enables custom reports to be drawn up with the information required in each case (maximum processing time, peaks and valleys, time windows, daily, weekly or annual statistics, etc.).
This technology, already in use in several airports, enables passengers to access security checkpoints by automatically scanning the data codes provided with boarding passes sent by airlines to mobile phones.
Installing these devices optimises passengers' transit through security checkpoints, with an automatic boarding pass scanner managed by the corporate application SCAFIS.
This application controls access via checkpoints to secure areas, which is necessary for monitoring boarding passes, by ensuring that the passengers entering the area have a valid boarding pass.
The SCAFIS system and its integration with automatic access gates for scanning the codes on boarding passes is planned for the installation of automatic gates in passenger checkpoints in the terminals of several airports.